Unsanctioned devices, compromised networks, downtime -- today's IT is all about embracing imperfections
Analysis: Are people flocking to Google+ to escape Facebook's evil clutches? And if so, is that really such a good idea?
If you're like me, you've got a lot of Facebook friends. But whose friends are they, really? Your answer may differ from Facebook's.
A few weeks ago I got a Facebook friend request from a cute young blonde thing
The biggest problem with online privacy is that nobody understands it. Poorly written privacy policies are a big reason why. UPDATE: StickK responds.
Is Google using 'Me on the Web' to promote Google Profiles and compete with Facebook? Sure looks like it.
You can't survive without them. They wield enormous power over your systems, networks, and data -- the very lifeblood of your organization.
Analysis: Facebook never forgets a face, until you tell it to. But the real problem isn't facial recognition, it's your total lack of control over how you can be tagged.
Analysis: Malware authors are using fake Skype profiles and robo-calls to drive you to infectious Web sites. It's time for Skype to clean up its security act.
Gennette Cordova didn't ask to receive a photo of Rep Anthony Weiner in his boxers. Now her privacy has been obliterated. It happened to her, and it could happen to you too.
An Australian reporter found himself arrested after writing about how private Facebook photos can be made public by hackers. No joke.
Can Anonymous stay anonymous? It’s looking more and more doubtful.
Analysis: Was Facebook right? Is Google's social search service evil incarnate and deserving of a smear campaign?
Security firm HBGary wants to untarnish its reputation by offering free software. But first you gotta hand them your identity. Do they think we're idiots?
Analysis: WikiLeaks Julian Assange and Facebook banter over an accusation that the site offers back-door access to U.S. spy agencies.